KONGSBERG’s ship-to-cloud data infrastructure service, Vessel Insight, has been qualified by DNV GL. Safety and cybersecurity were reportedly the critical parameters in the recently completed Technical Qualification.
Hunter Group, a VLCC owner/operator based in Norway, has formally commenced collaboration with Nautilus Labs, KONGSBERG, DNV GL and OSM to boost Hunter’s focus on vessel operational excellence by achieving a greener supply chain operation.
Kongsberg Digital has signed a contract to deliver an Advanced Navigation Research Simulator (ANRS) to the newly-established Centre of Excellence in Maritime Safety, CEMS, in Singapore.
KONGSBERG has announced plans to increase investment into maritime digital solutions, while focussing on building strong partnerships and combining Kongsberg Digital’s two maritime divisions into one brand: Digital Ocean.
Kongsberg Digital and ABB Turbocharging have signed a cooperation agreement on edge data collection and ship engine performance analysis.
As part of Kongsberg Maritime’s plan to ramp up remote delivery of targeted education using digital platforms, Kongsberg is offering the first basic Dynamic Positioning Operator (DPO) courses to be available fully remotely from start to finish, including the practical part of the training.
Finland to deliver a comprehensive upgrade of the institution’s simulator training capabilities.
Due to increasing demand for remote support and services to the maritime industry, KONGSBERG has made its Remote Services solution available to customers using Vessel Insight.
Kongsberg Maritime has announced that the world’s first adaptive ferry transit has been conducted during normal service. This landmark event, which took place last week on a vessel fully loaded with passengers and vehicles and demonstrated fully automatic control from dock to dock, is a key step forward in the integration of autonomous technology into everyday shipping operations.
A new Norwegian project that will see KONGSBERG Group install and test autonomous technology on two vessels in different operational environments has received almost EUR 20.1 million, equivalent to NOK 200 million, in EU funding.
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